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3,500 New EV Charging Spots To Be Installed By SDG&E In New Pilot

Originally published on EV Obsession. Approval for San Diego Gas & Electric’s Electric Vehicle Grid-Integration pilot project was recently granted by the California Public Utilities Commission, giving the utility company the go-ahead...Show More Summary

California to get utility-owned EV charging stations with dynamic pricing

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The California Public Utilities Commission has approved a pilot program that will see public utility San Diego Gas & Electric install and operate 3,500 new charging stations for electric vehicles. Charges for plugging in to charge an...Show More Summary

Big Win for Solar as California Preserves Net-Metering

A historic decision by the California Public Utilities Commission means that net-metering, which allows rooftop solar owners to connect to the electricity grid and deliver any excess power they generate to other electric customers, has been preserved -- in a big win for solar energy in the Golden State.

Net Metering Lives To See Another (Sunny) Day In California

This week, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted to keep the existing net metering regulation that plays a crucial role in enabling solar customers to generate power when they are not using it and “use it back” at a later time, only paying for the “net” usage on an annualized basis. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: California shows the way on net metering for rooftop solar

Nadia Prupis at Common Dreams writes—Big Win for Rooftop Solar as California Vote Boosts Clean Energy: The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Thursday approved a plan that leaves the state's rooftop solar incentives program...Show More Summary

It's All in the Timing: California Transitions to Time-Based Net Metering

By Alison Seel Today, the California Public Utilities Commission adopted its final, hotly anticipated decision on the future of rooftop solar compensation in California. The Commission voted to keep net metering, allowing new rooftop...Show More Summary

State regulators order sweep of all gas storage wells in California

California utility regulators have ordered the owners of all underground gas storage fields in the state to undergo immediate checks for leaks. The directive from the state Public Utilities Commission accompanies an order by environmental regulators requiring Southern California Gas Co. to turn...

State regulators order sweep of all gas storage wells in California

California utility regulators have ordered the owners of all underground gas storage fields in the state to undergo immediate checks for leaks. The directive from the state Public Utilities Commission accompanies an order by environmental regulators requiring Southern California Gas Co. to turn...

Public Utilities Commission probing permanent closure of Aliso Canyon gas field amid massive leak

The California Public Utilities Commission is studying the effects of permanently shutting down the Aliso Canyon natural gas field near Porter Ranch, an indication the agency is uncertain about the future integrity of the storage system that supplies 11 million customers in Southern California....

$22 Million EV Charging Pilot Launched In Southern California

Originally published on EV Obsession. Southern California Edison — a subsidiary of Edison International — has gotten approval from the California Public Utilities Commission to go ahead with a new $22-million electric vehicle charging station pilot program, according to recent reports. Show More Summary

What big fines you have, California

The California Public Utilities Commission has voted to approve a $7.6 million dollar fine levied against ride-sharing app provider Uber “for not adequately reporting legally-demanded data on its service to the disabled.” The paperwork dispute is distinct from any actual proceedings over claims of service denial. Show More Summary

California PUC plans a hearing on the merger of Charter and Time Warner Cable

California Public Utilities Commission officials plan a public hearing on Charter Communications' proposed $67-billion acquisition of two cable companies, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, which serve Southern California. The PUC hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Junipero...

Leilani Münter & Team Light Up State Capital With Powerful Solar Messages (Video)

Last week, Leilani Münter took a fast-paced trip through the heart of California to raise awareness of the debate currently underway at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that will determine the fate of the state’s net metering regulation, which is critical to keeping rooftop solar viable in the state. Show More Summary

Pay-TV Notes: Upcoming Charter-TWC Merger Hearing; Minions Comcast’s Most Profitable Movie Ever

The pay-TV industry saw significant activity this week, with the California Public Utilities Commission setting January 26 as the date on which it will hold a public hearing with regards to the proposed merger of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable. Show More Summary

Last-minute maneuvering by utilities could throw a shadow over California's solar revolution

Here's a simple guideline for the California Public Utilities Commission when it votes next week on a new rate scheme for rooftop solar users who also connect to the electric grid: Don't be like Nevada. Last month, public utility commissioners in that super-sunny state put the chill on the burgeoning...

California Fines Uber $7.6 Million for Ignoring Regulators

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Uber has oh-so-graciously agreed to pay a $7.6 million fine relating to failure to report driver data to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Although Uber denies any wrongdoing in the case, it’s paying the fine to avoid a suspension of its license to operate. Read more...

Uber Fined $7.6 Million, Will Pay To Avoid 30-Day Suspension In California

The fine is being levied by the California Public Utilities Commission, which essentially is making Uber comply with the same regulatory requirements as taxis. [ more › ]

Uber Fined $7.6 Million In California

The California Public Utilities Commission has fined Uber $7.6 million for failing to fully and timely meet the agency’s reporting requirements. Uber has 30 days to pay the penalty, otherwise, its operating license will be suspended in California. Show More Summary

Uber fined $7.6 million by California utilities commission

The California Public Utilities Commission agreed Thursday with a judge’s recommendation to fine Uber $7.6 million for failing to meet data reporting requirements in 2014. Uber will appeal the decision, but has agreed to pay the fine to avoid a 30-day suspension of its license in its home state....

Uber Could Owe California $7.6M By The End Of The Day

By the end of the day, Uber could be banned from providing rides to residents in California for 30 days and be on the hook for a $7.6 million fine. That is, if the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) decides that the company failed to provide required data to the state and treat customers fairly.  The CPUC is expected to …

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